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ETL523 - Assignment 2: Part b Reflection

The ability to read, write, interact and share across a range of platforms, tools and media (O’Connell, 2012; Stripling, 2010) represent the essential skills necessary to succeed into the future. 723 more words


Participate 2 - Collecting Reputable Digital Resources

A resource for making online teaching more efficient and my most effective, would be the Clipboard History extension for Google Chrome.  This is an excellent tool for copying and pasting previously used material.   173 more words

Participate Reflection

During the Participate course within TOOL I was able to define a digital learning community, collect reputable digital tools and resources, promote an awareness of digital civility and digital safety.   105 more words

Participate 1 - Character Traits

Three most impressive characteristics of a digital citizen:
1. Honesty – it is too easy these days to “copy and paste” your way through life, especially in a digital world.   105 more words

Teacher Leadership Standard 12: Evaluate and use technology for teaching and learning

Students should be afforded the opportunity to develop their technology skills throughout their schooling career. The International Society for Technology in Education has created standards for both students and teachers. 2,589 more words

Educating for Democracy in a Partisan Age


Kahne, J. and Bowyer, B. (2017) ‘Educating for Democracy in a Partisan Age’, American Educational Research Journal, 54(1), p.3-34.

This article is right along the lines I’ve been thinking about (in the ‘digital citizenship’ strand of my rhyzome). 101 more words


Do One Thing Well

I met with our kindergarten teachers earlier this week. We’ve got some changes underway for next year and we met to talk about what that looks like for kindergarten. 480 more words